My name is Michael Sinclair and I’m a young amateur photographer from Scotland with a passion for wildlife and nature conservation. I volunteer at two of my local nature reserves: at one of them I help keep a record of all the species present and at the other I help with practical conservation work.
I am UK based but I do include some holiday photos separately. Most of my pictures have been taken at a wide variety of locations around the UK using my dad’s Canon 80D with a 100-400mm MKII lens or a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX 300 and my own Canon 7D Mark II with a 70-300mm lens.
In 2016 I had three photographs shortlisted for one of the ‘Young Peoples’ categories in the British Wildlife Photography Awards with one of my images making it into the published book!
This year has been very busy for me as I have started learning bird ringing.
If you have any questions about my photographs or even just wildlife please get in touch with me via the ‘Contact‘ page and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.
All my photography is viewable in/under wildlife photos. You can see the pages on the right hand side, the top/bottom of the screen depending what device you are using. Please have a look!
For more information please message me via the contact page or leave a comment.